Jackass erratic emerges from the bushes in Blaine, Washington


The H St erratic is about 2 m high. K. King photo. Click any photo to enlarge.

Northwest Geology Field Trips subscriber Kitty King of Blaine alerted me to a 2-meter-tall glacial erratic in Blaine, which recently emerged when brush were cleared along H Street Road. See the field trip description here. The 2-meter-high rounded stone is one of those wonderful conglomerate boulders from the euphonious Jackass Mountain Formation in southern British Columbia.


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